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>> welcome back to "poker after dark: the cash game." tom dwan got off to a bit of a rough start, but he just made a ridiculous call -- bottom pair against an elezra bluff. the kid is back on track. >> yeah. they didn't come all the way to "p.a.d." to fold. [ laughter ] >> he flew in from jfk. he's got to call, you know? >> make up a little rhyme. he flew in from jfk to play the "p.a.d." >> that was one heck of a call. >> bottom pair, but it looked so sweet. >> one hell of a call. >> get the feeling gus isn't going platinum anytime soon. >> you could say that about my hand versus doyle, too. [ laughter ] >> it was a hell of a call. >> i used to work four months for that much money, and they want me to bet it in the dark. [ laughter ]
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>> yeah. >> four months for 800 bucks. >> see how much did i make bringing out newspapers. >> laak raising the button with 9-deuce, suited. picks up two callers from the blinds. >> i was $50 a week, man, 10 hours a day. >> eli flops top pair and the nut flush draw. top pair for dwan. deuces for laak. >> just cleaning off cotton-gin yards. >> wow. >> eli leads right out for $3,300. >> i was making 40 or 50 cents an hour, $4 or $5 a day. take longer than that. 10 hours, $5 a day. 5 days, $25 a week. take eight months to make that $800. >> dwan raises, and eli moves all-in. easy call for tom. >> i'm in good shape. >> wow! [ laughter ] oh, my god. >> there's a two-outer there. >> runner-runner straight. there's all sorts of wins.
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>> get that little 5 on the turn. >> $330,000, $10,900. >> good lord. what is the math on this hand? >> want to chop it? [ laughter ] >> eli is the favorite. >> eli is the favorite, yeah. >> can he be nine-to-one? >> not anymore. >> that's how dwan does it, you know? >> wow! >> first i said, "i wish i would take money out of my pocket before," and now i wish i didn't, you know? >> you still got like the 12 outs, 11 outs. 75-25 exactly. >> boom. >> boom. that's why eli is the best. that's why eli is the best. >> dwan sucks out on the turn, but eli hits a flush on the end to double up. >> you get the 6 of spades, and then it just doesn't -- >> if you would have took money out, i might have won the hand. >> such a waste to get it. >> if you took money out, i might have won the hand.
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>> get in always with the worst hand. we know that. and then i get there on the turn, and then they just tease me. it's just a tease. >> you bet the flop, i call, you bet the turn, maybe i would have, like, raised really big. [ laughter ] >> after i lost the last hand? after i tried to bluff you on the last hand, you think you can do in the last set? >> oh, god. >> elezra gets a dwan refund, but it's gonna take more than that to get him unstuck.
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>> "poker after dark: the cash game" continues from the golden nugget right now. >> by the way, those were some good games, those 8-16 games. i could knock out $400 sometimes. that was strong. back in 2000, that was a lot, you know? >> gus straddles to $800. >> should have tried it in 1955.
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>> 1955? >> that was really a lot of money. [ laughter ] >> aces for laak. >> that's the stradavinski, right? >> yes. >> you can buy a whole ice-cream bar for that. >> $3,800. >> dwan in the small blind with 7-4, suited. never shy of courage. reraises to $11,400. >> this is where you look down and say to yourself -- >> "self --" >> "do i feel lucky today?" >> do you, punk? [ laughter ] >> i didn't know you watched clint eastwood. >> "self --" >> "do i feel lucky today?" >> do you, punk? [ laughter ] >> i didn't know you watched clint eastwood.
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>> somebody sent me an e-mail, the 100 most memorable lines out of movies. it was really good. that was one of them. >> "do you feel lucky, punk? do you?" >> that was one of them. "play it again, sam." >> pulling $3,800. >> two of them out of "gone with the wind." "frankly, my dear, i don't give a damn," another one, "i swear before god that i'll never be hungry again," or something that scarlett o'hara said. bunch of them. i recognized most of them. >> laak really trying to sell a bigger decision than he's got. and he'll reraise right now to $37,500. that's not what you want to see if you're tom dwan in this spot.
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>> how much more are you playing, phil? >> this is $20,000, $40,000. $56,000, $76,000, $78,000, $79,000. >> there's something hid over there. >> $79,500. >> dwan not ready to fold just yet.
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easy money. >> i think i had the best hand. >> would you have folded? >> i don't know. >> that's a totally different story. >> when you fold, i'm, like, pretty much, i got to have the best hand. >> yeah. yeah, he probably got the best hand.
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>> welcome back for more "poker after dark: the cash game." >> there are a lot of people that like to know what would have happened. >> love that. [ laughter ] >> i'd probably rather have too much. >> tom dwan taking a hit to his stack before the break. phil laak padding his win. >> he triples the blind with king-queen, suited. elezra and dwan both come along.
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$800 for gus to call with ace-3, suited. >> raise. >> and he'll reraise to $6,900. perhaps sensing an opportunity to take this pot right here. not gonna happen though. laak calls the extra $5,700.
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eli takes a pass. and dwan's looking to gamble on the button. >> i would say, "good luck, boys," but i'm thinking more like, "good luck to me" on this one. >> no, that's fair enough. >> bottom two pair for tom dwan. nut flush draw for gus hansen. over 22 grand out there.
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>> it would be interesting if he checks after all that chip gymnastics, huh? >> no, no. i mean, that's definitely -- [ laughter ] it's one of my two legal options, so, i mean, obviously, it shouldn't be that impossible. >> gus taking a lot of time to decide what to do here. he's got about $68,000 behind at this point. >> play a little more, huh? >> it was amazing. i mean, it wasn't just bad hands. it was like deuces, treys, 4s, and 9s. >> geez. >> wow. >> king-high. every hand. everybody won, i think. [ laughter ]
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>> everybody won but you? [ laughter ] >> i was looking for a check after all that. i was gonna insta-check if you tank-checked. >> gus bets the pot. and this could be a big one. >> there's the prop, the 7 and the jack. >> $4,600 more. >> i'm all-in. >> all-in. >> all right. >> oh, boy. >> i shouldn't look at my hand. >> dwan puts gus all-in, and he snap-calls. >> kings, gussie? >> no. not even close. >> diamonds, diamonds. he's got diamonds. >> flush draw.
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>> once or twice. >> wow! i was supposed to make it $35k preflop. i'm the worst. >> we can run it twice. i'll run it twice. >> i'll do it twice. i don't care. >> all right. >> why does it feel like a light? >> are we allowed to? are we allowed to? >> yes. we did it last time on "poker after dark." >> yeah, you are allowed to run it twice. >> okay. go ahead. >> hey, i got four cards, one diamond. not the 4 of diamonds tank-checked. >> gus bets the pot. and this could be a big one. >> there's the prop, the 7 and the jack.
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flush draw. >> once or twice. >> wow! i was supposed to make it $35k preflop. i'm the worst. >> we can run it twice. i'll run it twice. >> i'll do it twice. i don't care. >> all right. >> but tom dwan hits a full house. >> always do it to me. >> they'll chop it up. >> i knew preflop when you made it like $5,000, i thought, "you think that i'm just shooting out $1,400 on a like "i just won the last pot" thing. i should have made it $25k on you. >> that's an exciting hand. >> that was exciting. i like the 8 of diamonds and the 4. >> especially when the ace came, you know that gus got a few more outs. >> they always do that four-outer to me. how do they do it? >> how do they win? >> how do they do it? i mean, i just don't understand how they do it. >> did you play any of this deal it twice online or not yet? >> oh, no, i forgot. i guess you can. >> gus, oh, yeah? >> how do they hit that four-outer? i mean, i just don't understand. >> gus, you thought, "phil's just won that last pot. he's just throwing chips in," right? so you're like, "let me make it $6k with ace-high." >> -- thought about you, phil. >> yeah. >> ooh! snap! [ cannon ] for 25 years, the focus at sam adams
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>> we return to las vegas with more high-stakes cash-game action. brunson, hellmuth, and laak all in the black, while elezra, dwan, and hansen are all in the red. [ laughter ] >> you knew he was coming all-in. it was an obvious call from gus when he called the $22,000. >> not every time. >> $1,400. >> dwan raising with ace-4. two cowboys for doyle, who smooth-calls.
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two 5s for gus now in the small blind. >> it's been a very lucky hand this year. >> he and hellmuth both join the party. four-way action. two pair for phil hellmuth, out in front. >> check. >> top pair for tom dwan. checked all the way around. third spades hits the turn. hansen the only one with a flush draw.
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>> $7,000. >> hellmuth bets $7,000. dwan makes the call. fourth spade hits the river. hellmuth doesn't like that card, and he checks. >> check. >> two pair. >> as does dwan. phil will take this pot. >> 8s and 3s i made. he said, "it's been really lucky hand this year." >> yes, this hand has won, the jack-9, suited one, so many pots.
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the 2009 wsop was sick. when i read through all those hand histories, it was just a sickly looking hand. >> you know. >> oh, he does? >> do you have any? >> no, no. i'm just saying they'd be mad if -- >> didn't get up, right? >> probably just give it to him and be $100 behind. >> all right. >> brunson raises to $1,400 with 8-6, suited. >> you got it? >> no, but i have it in my pocket, so i might as well change that and give me that. >> oh, thank you. okay, you got it. >> thank you, sir. >> laak defends his big blind. >> yeah. another four-outer, huh? >> both players flop a gutshot
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straight draw. >> getting it on the turn. >> brunson with top pair to go with it. no action. and there's the straight card. >> you play much lately? >> huh? >> you play much lately? >> no, not a lot. >> seven games have been running. good old richard ashby has just been playing like a hundred hours a week. >> i think he's been on a little bit of a slide lately, right? >> quick slide. >> seems like he's been -- >> bet and a call of $2,800. >> little bet, not for the better. >> what? >> well, i mean, it's hard when
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you're playing. limit you have to play. >> how much? >> laak bets $8,400. no reason for doyle to raise, and he makes the call. these two will chop it up. >> it's really hard to win the whole pot there. it's gonna be a chop a lot of the time. >> everyone is up to their old tricks in our poker room, and a safe guess is it'll continue tomorrow. check back with us then. for ali nejad, i'm leeann tweeden. good night from las vegas.
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>> tomorrow on "poker after dark: the cash game" -- >> i hate playing this type. this is no fun. >> that does ringtones of not-funness. >> i might as well just leave. >> "poker after dark" accommodations provided by the golden nugget hotel and casino, las vegas. company presents -- tonight's guests are --
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and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey! that's what i'm talking about. new york city for you right there. thank you, very much. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. how you guys feeling tonight? you feeling good? [ cheers and applause ] great, great, great. let's get right to the news here. disney is partnering with a south korean company to launch a korean language disney channel. that's right. yeah, mickey will still be known as "mickey." minnie will still be known as "minnie." however, pluto will be known as "delicious." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
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listen to this. police in cairo have detained an american man, who arrived on a flight from jfk with two handguns, 250 bullets, swords, daggers and knives in his luggage. [ light laughter ] when they heard this, jfk screeners were like, "sure he had all these things, but here's what he didn't have -- bottled water or nail clippers." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] "uh-uh. not on my watch, buddy. uh-uh, you can finish it over there, sir." you guys hear about this? prison inmates in louisiana are now pitching in to clean up the gulf coast oil spill. prison inmates. [ audience groans ] yeah, i mean, this is a mess over there. at this point, the solutions have been -- dump chemicals in the ocean, shoot a bunch of garbage under water and release prisoners. [ laughter ] if none of that works, they're going to have al qaeda come take a look at it. and they'll see if they fix it for us. what is going on with this oil spill? [ applause ] that's right.
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prison inmates are helping out with the oil spill. bp officials were like, "how could we ever repay you?" and the inmates were like, "well, let's figure it out when we're cellmates." [ laughter and applause ] "you scratch my back, i scratch your balls." [ laughter ] did i say balls? [ light laughter ] i meant butt hole. [ laughter ] what? you meant that? yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] hey, you guys, sarah palin has a new book coming out called "america by heart: reflections on family, faith and flag." coincidentally, "faith" and "flag" are the names palin picked out if she ever has twins. "flag, get over there!" [ laughter ] "go say hi to tractor." [ laughter ] "tractor, and jacket, you get over here. jacket, go over with tractor and flag. flag -- get off that tractor." [ laughter ]
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a man in texas was arrested -- this is a crazy story. a man in texas was arrested after police found marijuana in his car, hidden in a folded up court order from another time he was caught with marijuana. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] he's being charged with three counts of -- dude, seriously? [ laughter ] check this out. for the second year in a row, bill clinton is auctioning off the chance to spend an entire day with him in new york to help pay off hillary's presidential campaign bill. yep, the winner will get a one-on-one with the former president, and if it's a tie -- [ as bill clinton ] "dear, 'penthouse,' i can't believe this is happening to me." [ laughter ] big sports news. last night, lebron james and the cleveland cavaliers suffered their worst home playoff loss in franchise history. [ cheers and applause ] falling to the boston celtics 120-88. [ cheers and applause ] [ audience boos ] but in fairness, it should be
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noted that lebron had to leave at halftime to go look at apartments in new york. so, that's why -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] you'll love it here. you'll love it here. a new study found that climate change could make the earth too hot for humans by the year 2300. is it me, or does the phrase "too hot for humans" sound like something they would say on a commercial for "aliens gone wild." "too hot for humans." [ light laughter ] "check out the tentacle on that one!" [ laughter ] i was just reading about this. they have a new credit card scanner you can actually connect to your iphone. yeah, so now wherever you are, you can buy crap you don't need -- [ light laughter ] like a credit card scanner for your iphone. [ laughter ] ridiculous. this is some huge news here. the casting director for "jersey shore" says that snooki, j-woww, paulie d, sammi, ronnie and the situation will be replaced for the third season. [ scattered cheers ]
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[ scattered boos ] but an even better reality show would be those six entering the job market. [ laughter and applause ] wouldn't that be good? "how are you doing, mr, mr. situation? can i call you 'the'? can i call you 'the'? yeah -- i see under experience, you wrote 'definitely.'" [ laughter ] "i don't see what -- could you please put your shirt back on. please put your shirt back on." and finally, it keeps getting worse for tiger woods. his swing coach, hank hanie, quit the other day by sending tiger a text message. it was the first time anyone's ever texted tiger to say they won't swing with him anymore. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show. give it up for the roots! ♪ [ "happy" by the rolling stones plays ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everyone, you came at a good night.
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we're right in the middle of "rolling stones week," here at "late night!" [ cheers and applause ] ♪ that's right. 30 years ago, the classic rolling stones album "exile on main street" was released. and all week long, amazing artists are covering songs from the album to celebrate "exile's" re-issue next week. monday, we had green day and taj mahal. yesterday, we had keith urban. and tonight, man i love her, the one and only sheryl crow is gonna rock it out! [ cheers and applause ] oh, sounds so good. she'll be singing the classic "all down the line." it's backed by the roots. the great roots. and it sounds phenomenal. just amazing. i can't wait for you guys to hear this. but that's not all. we have a great show tonight from the new film, "just right," my pal, the lovely and talented, queen latifah is here. [ cheers and applause ] she's the greatest. and, of course, sheryl crow will also be joining us to chat about her big summer tour and brand-new album. we'll talk about that and find out. that'll be fun. [ cheers and applause ] she's the greatest. and, of course, sheryl crow will also be joining us to chat about her big summer tour and brand-new album. we'll talk about that and find
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out. that'll be fun. [ cheers and applause ] of course, we're thrilled tonight to have long-time rolling stones keyboardist chuck leavell sitting in with the roots right there! [ cheers and applause ] that's what i'm talking about. he is amazing. in fact, you played, "tumblin' dice" with keith urban on the show last night. and you're playing with sheryl crow tonight. and it sounds awesome. i'm so happy. thanks so much. i also want to thank bud light golden wheat for helping us make this all happen. because we have no budget on this show. [ laughter ] and without budweiser, we couldn't have all these amazing people. so thank you budweiser. and budweiser golden wheat. [ cheers and applause ] they like budweiser. hey, you guys, it's time for "pros and cons." here we go! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this is where we take a look at the stories and issues making headlines today, and weigh the good with the bad. tonight's topic, "the reissue of the classic rock and roll record 'exile on main street.'" and here via satellite to help
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us with tonight's "pros and cons," please welcome from the rolling stones mick jagger and keith richards! [ cheers and applause ] thank you guys so much for coming. >> pleasure. hi, there. >> no problem. >> jimmy: very, very cool. all right, let's take a look at the "pros and cons." pro, the new reissue contains ten unreleased never before heard tracks. con -- >> three of them are written by justin bieber. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: that's unfortunate. the whole world has bieber fever, so why not? pro, the onerous tracks have undergone a unique evolution while staying true to the essence of the 1972 album. con -- >> we auto tuned the [ bleep ] out of it. [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] >> jimmy: pro, it comes in a huge, deluxe package. con -- >> so does the album. >> jimmy: there you go. there you go. [ laughter and applause ] there you go right there.
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it's a family show, boys. pro, the new making of documentary, "stones in exile," will be shown on network tv in the u.s. and through bbc worldwide internationally. con -- >> it will also be shown be on the lifetime network, except in that version, i am played by meredith baxter birney, and i burn keith alive in his bed. [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] >> i'm glad you had that line. >> jimmy: sounds like a powerful movie. pro, the stones' drummer charlie watts, was really excited about working on this project. con -- >> this is what charlie looks like when he is really excited. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: charlie. never seen him that excited. yep. pro, "the stones in exile" dvd will come with spanish, french and portuguese subtitles. con -- >> keith actually makes more sense in portuguese. >> true. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he does, beautiful language. pro, the atypical circumstances
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surrounding the recording process of "exile" greatly affected the album's outcome, which was highly reflective of and influenced by the socio-political turbulence that marked the late '60s and early '70s. con -- >> yeah, what you said. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: pro, the stones won't be licensing any of these songs out because they're not sellouts. con -- >> unless it's for the kfc double down sandwich -- [ laughter ] two fried chicken breasts, jimmy, no bun. it's crazy -- crazy delicious! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's crazy. crazy delicious. and finally, pro, a whole new generation of fans is getting to hear some of the stones' earlier work. con? >> they keep asking why we can't sing like the kids on "glee." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there you go. that's the "pros and cons," everybody. my thanks to mick jagger, keith richards and charlie watts.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back! welcome back, hey, you guys know robert pattinson, the dude who plays the vampire in the "twilight" movies? [ cheers and applause ] i agree, i agree. that guy is one cool customer. [ light laughter ] we know robert. he's been on our show. he's a super-nice guy. couldn't be cooler, couldn't be nicer. but in addition to being nice, it turns out that robert pattinson is very angry sometimes. [ light laughter ] and he's really bothered by a lot of things. in fact, a couple of months ago. he started his own website, [ light laughter ] just so he can talk about things that bother him. and he keeps posting videos on it. it's kind of crazy, but here, take a look. ♪ ♪ bothered [ scattered applause ] >> hi, i'm robert pattenson, and sometimes when things bother me, i climb up in my little tree.
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[ light laughter ] and i think about all of the different things that bother me. even when it rains i get up here. like, technology bothers me. gadgets bother me. the ipad bothers me! [ laughter ] really! this is it. this is a big deal? this is the thing i'm supposed to pay $1,000 for? [ laughter ] it looks like half a laptop. what is this? [ laughter ] "merry christmas! great, what did you get me? oh, a tony glass coffee table from the '80s." [ laughter ] oh, here's an idea. we'll make a computer with no key board, and so we'll have people type by tapping on the screen with their filthy, greasy hands, that's sanitary. great job, apple! top-notch! [ light laughter ] look at how greasy this thing is. [ laughter ] it looks like someone has wiped their [ bleep ] on it. [ laughter ] no, thank you! they say, "oh, you can use it! you can read books on it." oh, yeah, you know the other thing i read books on -- [ bleep ] books! [ laughter ] and what if the ipad runs out of
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batteries? you know what doesn't run out of batteries? a book. [ laughter ] they go, "oh, great, ipad. you get all these great apps on it." what are "apps"? what is that? appetizers. i'll tell you what an app is, this is an app! onion rings, app! this is an app, deep-fried zucchini strips! nachos, that's a party! this gets my juices flowing for the main course, which is what not buying an ipad, you prick! cheese fingers, app! you can play games on it, like angry birds. shooting birds, knocking things down. that's productive. worth $1,000? not on your life, you [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] oh, such it's a convenient size. where am i supposed to put this thing? in my -- who has pockets this big? [ laughter ] you need to take a man-purse. that's attractive. where do i put you when i'm not using you?
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[ laughter ] the only people that can carry this around is either a man with a purse, a farmer, or a kangaroo. [ laughter ] well-done. you want me to pay $1,000 for that? no way. hi, honey, i bought you a present today. [ light laughter ] i got you an ipad. it has 64 gigs of memory and it's 3g. it's really fast. what do you mean, you prefer a kindle? get lost! [ laughter ] by the way, me and her, we're dating. it's official! ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: check out all the things robert is bothered by on and stick around, everybody. we'll be right back with queen latifah! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. we've got a great show. our first guest is an our first guest is an scar-nominated actress, grammy award-winning performer and best-selling author. her new film, "just wright," is in theatres this friday. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome queen latifah! ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong i don't want to be right ♪ >> get it? ♪ if being right means being without you i'd rather live wrong than right ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong i don't want to be right ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> that's what i'm talking about. >> jimmy: how are you, my pal? >> i'm good, i'm good. how it go, y'all? >> jimmy: thanks for coming back. thanks for coming back. i saw you -- >> i just can't even think straight when i look at you. u.ananananananananananananananan


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